HB 500

Top 20 Hispanic-Owned Companies in New Mexico

The Hispanic Business 500 has served as a barometer of the U.S. Hispanic economy for more than 25 years. We believe that applying our criteria on a statewide level can yield interesting results for our readers. Here's a look at the New Mexico-based companies on the list.


Top 20 Hispanic-Owned Companies in California

The Hispanic Business 500 has served as a barometer of the U.S. Hispanic economy for more than 25 years. We believe that applying our criteria on a statewide level can yield interesting results for our readers. Here's a look at the California-based companies on the list.


Top 20 Hispanic-Owned Companies in Florida

The Hispanic Business 500 has served as a barometer of the U.S. Hispanic economy for more than 25 years. We believe that applying our criteria on a statewide level can yield interesting results for our readers. Our first look at the list on a state-by-state basis is Florida.


Learn More About The Hispanic Business 500

For more than two decades, the Hispanic Business 500 has served as a barometer of the U.S. Hispanic economy. The annual directory of Hispanic-owned firms has grown in size and sophistication. Click through to see the history, see the lists, present and past, and learn how to submit a company for consideration on our exclusive list.


Molina Healthcare's CEO on the Economy and the Value of a Nickel

In 1980, Dr. David Molina formed a company to serve low-income patients in California. Today, Molina Healthcare, under the stewardship of Dr. Molina's son. Dr. J. Mario Molina. Molina Healthcare has ascended to the top of the health care sector of the HB 500, and into the second position overall. Recently, we had a chance to talk to the company's personable CEO.


Top Hispanic-owned Green Cos. Remain Optimistic

This year, for the first time, Hispanic Business magazine is tracking the top Hispanic-owned 'green' businesses, while keeping a finger on the pulse of this rapidly evolving industry. Of the Hispanic Business 500 companies, at least 13 are significantly involved with environmental restoration, cleanup, engineering, or management of some other type of green enterprise.


A Candid Q&A With the CEO of Brightstar, the HB500's Top Company

For the second year in a row, R. Marcelo Claure, the chairman, CEO, and president, has taken his company, Brightstar Corp. to the top of the Hispanic Business 500 companies. He's done so with verve, vision, and the ability to penetrate new markets. Despite his globetrotting schedule, we caught up with Mr. Claure this spring for a surprisingly forthright interview. He not only shared his business philosophies, he also gave us a glimpse of his early experiences that set the course for his remarkable success. Our discussion spanned a variety of issues and topics.


HB 500 Methodology

Miss out on this year's Hispanic Business 500 -- or want to nominate another company as a candidate to our list? Or do you just want to know our methodology in selecting the list? Click through!


The Hispanic Business 500: Tough Economy Challenges Hispanic-Owned Firms

The Hispanic Business 500 have endured turbulent economic times before, but market conditions proved especially bearish for U.S. Hispanic companies in 2007. Revenues for this year's HB 500 slid backwards 0.6 percent to $36.1 billion. It is the first such dip since 2002, and only the third in the directory's 26-year history. It should come as no surprise that more than 41 percent of CEOs cited market conditions as the top barriers to growth in 2007.


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